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Blackpool vs Everton – Blackpool searching for consecutive wins

| 05.11.2010

Blackpool, buoyed by their home win over West Brom on Monday, host Everton in a clash that pits together two sides that are level on 13 points in the Premier League.

Everton have finally kick started their season, after going seven games without a win, they are unbeaten in their last five with three victories in that time.

Match Odds

Bloomfield road witnessed its first win in the Premier League on Monday, but Everton will be confident of coming away from Blackpool with the three points as Blackpool are yet to make their home ground a tough place to visit.

With just one win from four home games Blackpool are priced at 7/2 to beat Everton, but the Tangerines will take the draw, available at 5/2, if offered to them now as they search for consecutive wins for the first time in 12 attempts.

Everton are 4/5 to win and the result could potentially send them up to fifth in the table after being 17th at the start of October.

Total goals

In all four games that Blackpool have opened the scoring they’ve gone on to win the match, but Holloway’s side have a habit of conceding in the last five minutes at home and Everton are 7/1 to come from behind and draw.

In their last five matches Everton have conceded just the one goal and they are 13/8 to keep a clean sheet, but Blackpool’s 10 Premier League games have produced 36 goals and over 3.5 goals is priced at 21/10.

The last five matches in all competitions at Bloomfield Road have all produced at least three goals and Tim Cahill will be relishing the test against the Blackpool defence – Everton’s leading scorer is 6/4 to score any time.

Charlie Adam is Blackpool’s talisman and leading scorer – he is 5/2 to score any time. See the full Blackpool vs Everton betting odds here.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.